Absolutely! I will check out the list as I know you do many of my shows.
Great review as always! This is a brilliant show, and I also appreciate that the world building was extremely well done. They used small pieces in each episode as building blocks, so by the end, we knew exactly what was taking place in this world. I am very impressed with how they have handled Johnny, and his relationship with Dutch and his brother. He is the only one who has not had flashbacks, yet I understand him better than the other two. It's a credit to Aaron Ashmore who has played him perfectly, as we would never know Johnny as well as we do. You didn't miss it, but he called Dutch by her real name last week. We now know that he found her on her wedding day, But Khlyen said that he did not kill her husband, yet she thinks that he did, and she was bloody and armed. Oh, and D'avin was really dumb to go after Khlyen, but self sacrifice is the only way he thinks that he can prove he is trustworthy to Dutch, and make things right with his brother. I am hoping that in S2, he will need to continue working on his relationship with Dutch and Johnny and that it won't be swept under the rug because they are happy to have him back. Oh, and I'm all for more Pawter, Pree and Alvis, next season. Also, did anyone feel as if they were walking into some kind of beautiful underground city? The way everyone was looking up and smiling made me very curious at what's really below Westerley. I am a big fan of Khlyen as well. I love the actor, and he can be seen everywhere. He has recently had a small part on Suits as a big shot every once in a while, and he was on Defiance in S1. We need answers! #RenewKilljoys! Khlyen is Level 6, thus the reason the stabbing didn't work, which means he's genetically engineered in some way. However, he trained Dutch so she could protect herself from Red 17, and becoming Level 6? He looked scared when he saw that Johnny had taken some of the green liquid, so I am pretty sure there is a big bad above him, and that computer helps him watch who or whatever that is. I think that he is also playing a dangerous game with the big bad, by playing at two sides, and that is very interesting. He pretty much kills anyone who witnesses, well, anything to do with learning about him or Dutch, which would support that theory. Anyway, I could write theories for hours, but that's for another day. Are you doing a campaign like the one you started for 12 Monkeys? And are you reviewing the last 6 of Continuum?
Comment modified at August 23, 2015 07:00
All of the Scandinavians can speak to each other in their own language except for the Finn's. As for the show? I thought Dalene was going to fade into Angela or something crazy. But I do not think that Mr Robot is real. Elliot sees another person, but he's not talking to himself so it's in his head w/us. So when he is acting like Mr Robot that's who we see, but everyone sees Elliot. He also has moments ie, in the prison w/ Vera (sp?), he sounded briefly like Mr Robot. I decided to just rewatch the trippy one, as I thought it would have more clues; it does & I don't have time for a full rewatch. But the little girl on the bike is Darlene and Angela says that he has only been alive for a month. He clearly was severely traumatized by something when he was 8, and mentally ill and off his meds. That's all I got!
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